Thema Subject Categories 1.4

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J Society and Social Sciences
Use all J* codes for: specialist and some general adult titles, but see also V* codes for practical approaches to many topics. Use all J* codes with: other subject categories and qualifiers where appropriate. In J* use the most appropriate code(s) available, as many social sciences are broad topics that can have many alternative terms or names
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JP Politics and government
JPF Political ideologies and movements
Use for: works on different parts of the political spectrum
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JPFA Green politics / ecopolitics / environmentalism
Class here: green movements, activist organisations.
See also: RNA Environmentalist thought and ideology, RNB Environmentalist, conservationist and Green organizations
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JPFB Anarchism
JPFC Far-left political ideologies and movements
Class here: Communism, Marxism-Leninism, Trotskyism, Maoism, extreme-left, radical left, hard left, democratic socialists, populist socialists, social populists, left-wing populism
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JPFF Left-of-centre democratic ideologies
Class here: social democracy, socialism
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JPFK Centrist democratic ideologies
Class here: Communitarianism, Centrism
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JPFM Right-of-centre democratic ideologies
Class here: Conservatism, Christian Democracy
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JPFN Nationalism
Class here: ethnic nationalism, language nationalism, nationalist or nativist movements. Use for: works that examine any form of nationalism. Use with: NH* codes for history titles and INTEREST 5* Qualifiers as appropriate
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JPFQ Far-right political ideologies and movements
Class here: Fascism and neo-fascism, Nazism and neo-Nazism, ultra-nationalism, Extreme right, alt right, hard right, radical right, Palaeoconservatism, nativism, right-wing populism
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JPFR Religious and theocratic ideologies
Class here: Theocracy. Use for: works about religion used as a source of political ideology, identity or action. Use with: QR* codes to indicate particular religion as appropriate
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